New rules needed to protect retirement

As the nature of work continues to evolve, pension professionals argue whether rules and regulations are still fit for purpose

What does it mean to “unretire”?

Businesses should adapt and tap the experienced talent pool of older people who are increasingly working past retirement age

Why millions of workers are retiring in pensioner poverty

Man with umbrella black and white

Failure to save enough for their retirement, coupled with an inadequate state pension, is leaving millions in pensioner poverty

Employers that help staff prepare for retirement can avoid low productivity

Two groups of employees sitting down

Ensuring staff save enough for retirement can engage employees and avoid low productivity among those who cannot afford to give up work

Resolving the UK’s retirement conundrum

Lady researching retirement

Ensuring people save enough for a comfortable retirement is a taxing problem which continues to vex government, employers, employees and the self-employed

Retirement: more people are saving, but too little

Saving for retirement

The automatic enrolment of workers into a workplace pension scheme may be heralded as a success, but current savings fall below the level needed to provide an adequate retirement income

Can we learn lessons from BHS scandal?

BHS pension crisis

The collapse of BHS has prompted pension trustees, companies and regulators to ask how defined benefit schemes can be protected

Are we putting too much trust in pension trustees?

Pension trustees

Pressure to raise standards among pension trustees is growing amid concern that their role is becoming increasingly difficult